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  • In Theory: Is it freedom of speech or antagonism?

    In Theory: Is it freedom of speech or antagonism?
    Pamela Geller, the organizer of the Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest that ended in gunfire earlier this month, said she has no regrets and plans on hosting more events like it. "I will continue to speak in defense of freedom until the day I die," Geller...
  • Police won't miss grenade launchers

    Police won't miss grenade launchers
    Baltimore's recent unrest wasn't quelled by trotting out 50-caliber machine guns. It didn't involve grenade launchers of any kind, nor was peace restored by a phalanx of police armored vehicles in the middle of Sandtown-Winchester. Ultimately, the week-...
  • Century Village celebrates Yom Yerushalayim

    Century Village celebrates Yom Yerushalayim
    Over 400 residents and guests of Century Village in Deerfield Beach celebrated Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day) on May 17 through a joint partnership of three congregations in Deerfield Beach. Rabbis Yisrael Edelman of Young Israel of Deerfield Beach,...
  • White House steps up warnings about terrorism on U.S. soil

    White House steps up warnings about terrorism on U.S. soil
    Alarmed about the growing threat from Islamic State, the Obama administration has dramatically stepped up warnings of potential terrorist attacks on American soil after several years of relative calm. Behind the scenes, U.S. authorities have raised...
  • U.S. should pursue its own interests, not Israel's or Saudi Arabia's

    To the editor: I agree with Andrew J. Bacevich. Who cares if President Obama's policies annoy an Israeli prime minister or a Saudi monarch? ("Go ahead, tick off the Saudis (and the Israelis, too)," op-ed, May 13) Some people seem to forget that our...
  • Intelligence reform bill is important to safeguarding our security and privacy

    Intelligence reform bill is important to safeguarding our security and privacy
    A recent Baltimore Sun editorial described legislation to reform the government's collection of Americans' phone and email data as a sign that "bipartisan cooperation in Congress is not completely dead" ("Reining in the surveillance state," May 5). We'd...
  • Chicago's gangs are like urban terrorists

    Chicago's gangs are like urban terrorists
    It is almost incomprehensible that in 21st-century Chicago, many of its citizens live in constant fear and are afraid to venture out of their homes. This is the predicament many citizens on the West and South sides of Chicago find themselves in. The...
  • Boston bombing jury's questions hint at progress but also challenges

    Boston bombing jury's questions hint at progress but also challenges
    In its first full day of deliberations Thursday, the Boston Marathon bombing jury asked the judge two questions as it debated a punishment for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a sign of how difficult its work might be. Jurors sent a note to Judge George A. O’...
  • Taming 'Big Brother'

    Taming 'Big Brother'
    A week after a federal appeals court ruled that the National Security Agency's bulk data collection program was unconstitutional, the Obama administration is urging Congress to approve legislation that would put new limitations on the agency's power to...
  • Should we collect intelligence domestically?

    Should we collect intelligence domestically?
    The terrorist threat to western democracies has taken a complex turn that will greatly complicate our ability to detect and counter internal threats to our security. The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) and al-Qa'ida in the Arabian Peninsula...
  • Deaths of 2 Western hostages won't end U.S. drone strikes

    Deaths of 2 Western hostages won't end U.S. drone strikes
    A fiery barrage of missiles from CIA drones inadvertently killed two Western hostages, including an American, during an attack on a suspected Al Qaeda hide-out in northwestern Pakistan, but U.S. officials said Thursday that they won’t stop using...